There are two private, deep-water lakes within the Lake Wynonah community.
- LAKE WYNONAH: Referred to as the Big Lake, it is two and one-half miles long, up to 90 feet deep, and covers approximately 175 acres. Both motor powered and non-powered watercraft are permitted. Water skiing and other water sports are allowed, with swimming approved with no lifeguards on duty. There are boat launches at each end of the lake. Picnic facilities and playground equipment are located at most dock areas.
- FAWN LAKE: Known as the Little Lake, it is 3/4 of a mile long, up to 45 feet deep and covers approximately 27 acres. Only non-motor powered or electric motor powered watercraft are permitted. Again, swimming is approved with no lifeguards on duty. There is a boat launch located at the west end, with a pavilion, picnic tables, horseshoes and playground equipment. Other areas for public access include Tomahawk Park and Sarsi Cove.